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Nutrition: Weighing the alternatives


With daily news barraging us about what is good or not good for us, it is becoming increasingly challenging for nurturers in homes to determine what to feed their family. Conflicting reports on foods that have been around for donkey years and the ways they are being grown means caregivers have to weigh their options ever so carefully to determine the best food sources for their families.

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Kate Henshaw, Project Alert speeds-up medical intervention for Baby Michael Alvez

Despite alleged misconceptions over donations towards the medical treatment of Baby Michael Alvez who has facial haemangioma; Henshaw, Aramide Kasunmu and Project Alert have reinstated commitment towards providing continued medical intervention. It will be recalled about three months ago, 21-month-old baby Michael Alvez and his mother Mary were rescued in Lagos with the help of two individuals named Kate Henshaw, Aramide Kasunmu and Project Alert.

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Omokehinde Adebanjo, Vice President and Area Business Head, West Africa for MasterCard

For women too, the future is digital

It is only intuitive that we do what we do. We are a technology company. Even though we have card in our name, we are more digital than anything now. We believe the future is digital. Cash has a cost to government, to retailer. We don’t really see that cost but it is there. And cash has some cost that are more like soft cost, you will never hear that any social vice is being done with electronic payment.

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To become superstars, ladies need talent, not ‘connection’- Model

Nancy Isime is an actress, on air personality and a model. She is not just physically endowed but multitalented as well and believes that living out ones talent is a sure way to succeeding in a 21st century rather than engaging in one form of immorality or the other. Nancy was at the premiere of a new TV series titled, On the Real and revealed to Woman’s Own the secret of her success.

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From left: Former President, Republic of Malawi, Dr. Joyce Banda; former Nigerian President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo; Chief Executive Officer, Murtala Muhammed Foundation (MMF), Mrs. Aisha Muhammed-Oyebode and a guest at the 2016 Women’s Power Lunch organized by MMF, in Lagos

Power lunch: Joyce Banda urges women to support one another

African Women have been urged to step up their game in solidarity support to reposition female gender status in business, politics and homes. Former Malawian President, Dr. Joyce Banda who was a special guest at Women’s Power Lunch 2016 held last Thursday in Lagos by the Murtala Muhammed Foundation (MMF) made this call while delivery keynote speech saying there is a need for solidarity among women in Africa to actualize gender equality balance in relevant key positions in both private and public offices to avoid marginalisation.

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Eucharia Anunobi

As a girl, my father refused to sponsor me to university– Eucharia Anunobi

When it comes to the Nigeria movie industry, Nollywood, Eucharia Anunobi needs no introduction as she hit limelight with the movie Glamour Girls way over two decades ago. Perhaps what many do not know are the bold steps she took as a woman to get to the enviable position she now occupies; as well as her exploits in Christiandom as an Apostle of Christ.

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